Now open in Baltimore’s Harbor East neighborhood, Italian Disco is inspired by the casual Italian-American pizzerias and restaurants of the late 1970s and 80s. The newest opening from Atlas Restaurant Group offers classic Italian appetizers, sandwiches, and entrées for lunch, dinner, takeout and late-night. Executive chef Julian Marucci of the group’s neighboring restaurants Tagliata and The Elk Room serves signature Italian comfort food including house-made garlic bread, classic Italian meatballs, 16 varieties of wood-fired pizza, calzones + sandwiches, a selection of pastas and the Disco Burger topped with bacon, cheddar and garlic aioli. To drink, Italian Disco offers over 30 beers on draft alongside a selection of Italian wines and craft cocktails. Located in the historic Bagby building in downtown Baltimore, Italian Disco is reminiscent of the days of MTV, the Brat Pack and Mystic Pizza. The 75-seat space features an elevated DJ booth made from a vintage turquoise FIAT and a neon Wurlitzer jukebox, along with modern light fixtures set against exposed brick and retro patterned wallpaper in green and red hues.